News & events
- Collaborative care improves depression in teens, August 26, 2014
Depression outcomes after a year were better for teens with collaborative care than with usual care, according to a joint Seattle Children’s, Group Health, and University of Washington study in JAMA. Authors included Laura Richardson, MD, MPH; Evette Ludman, PhD; and Wayne Katon, MD.
Recently using some birth control pills may raise breast cancer risk
Researchers at Fred Hutchinson Research Center and Group Health found women who recently used birth control pills containing high-dose estrogen and a few other formulations had an increased risk for breast cancer, whereas those using some other formulations did not:
- KING-5 TV, Jul 31, 2014
New research examines birth control pills–breast cancer link
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